Thames Freeport marks investment milestone

First mover: London Gateway launched its app to satisfy its customers’ thirst for knowledge. Credit: Department for Transport

Thames Freeport in the UK is celebrating £600m of private sector investment in its first two years, with more than 1,000 new jobs in the region

The freeport is an economic zone connecting vehicle manufacturer, Ford’s Dagenham engine plant and the global ports at DP World’s London Gateway and Forth Ports’ Tilbury.

The £600m of investment represents the funds committed by partners and tenants over the last 24 months.

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